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OPEN FOR LUNCH:  Tues to Sat 11:30am-3:00pm 

OPEN FOR DINNER:  Tues to Sun 4:30pm-9:00pm

Closed Mondays 

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“Khin Ped Dai Mai?” "Can you eat spicy food?" is the challenging query raised

by servers in many Thai restaurants. Chilies are a versatile vegetable, fruit, or spice that

contain a very good source of vitamins A and C. Thai cooking is infamous for the fiery sauces, thai curry and dips that accompany many dishes. It is also a harmonious blend of flavors:

spicy, sweet, sour, salty and natural.


At Kin Thai Kitchen we are dedicated to the presentation of authentic Thai cooking, we are prepared to adjust the chili content to suit the individuals taste buds. Those items on the menu marked with a  ☼   may have some spices prepared in the dishes already. To enjoy traditional Thai cooking at its best, you should stimulate your taste buds to the limit. Since everyone has different limits, we offer you the following guide.


PICK YOUR SPICE LEVEL

Mildly Spicy with little

or no sting.

☼ ☼

Still mild, but will impart a stimulating “kick” to the lips and tongue. Will set tongue and lips tingling. The sensation lingers

and spreads to a hearty glow.

☼ ☼ ☼

The tingling glow is transformed

to a raging fire, but the exotic

flavors of Southeast Asia comes

alive.

☼ ☼ ☼ ☼

Can you take it? This level is for

addicts and Thai nationals.

☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ ☼ (Thai Hot)

You will have to order some

Thai beer (SINGHA) and a box of

tissue with the se dishes.

Management accepts no

responsibility for side effects!

Appetizers, Soups, Thai Salads



☼ indicates spice level

FROM THE WOK

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We use Ingredients such as dairy, peanuts, shellfish, fish oil, soy and certain dishes contain gluten. We do not add any MSG to our food. Please inform us of any allergies

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